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The Family Thrift Centers at 1516 East St. Patrick Street and 751 Mountain View Road are currently being remodeled and will remain open.
The Family Thrift Centers at 1516 East St. Patrick Street and 751 Mountain View Road are currently being remodeled and will remain open.
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July 13, 2017

Three SpartanNash Grocery Locations to Close in Rapid City

The parent family of Family Thrift will close three grocery locations in Rapid City this October, reports KOTA News. Prairie Market, located at 11 New York Street, Family Thrift Center at 855 Omaha Street and Family Thrift Express at 3464 Sturgis Road will all close. The Family Thrift Centers at 1516 East St. Patrick Street and 751 Mountain View Road are currently being remodeled and will remain open.

Approximately 100 individuals are employed at the closing locations, although there may be opportunities available at the remaining locations.

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